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Quimper, autour de la terre noire, n°4.

Le départ pour ce circuit est donné à l'accueil de la base VTT, Parc Sports et Loisirs de Creac h Gwen à Quimper. Difficile de louper le panneau, il est bien visible en arrivant sur le parking. On sera 3 pour cette sortie, Patrick, Seb et moi.

A noter quand même un sacré loupé sur l'affichage du panneau qui indique un parcours de 14km (n°4) alors que sur le site internet http://www.bases-vtt-29.fr il est indiqué à 22km !!!!!!!! Le parcours fait bien dans les 22km !

Décidément après les galères que nous avions rencontrées lors de notre sortie sur le parcours n°2, et même équipé du GPS, on a encore galéré. Par exemple arrivé devant le nouveau cinéma on a été obligé de le contourner et de traverser le chantier pour récupérer la trace. Du coté de Ty Rouz c'est pareil on a bien cherché le chemin. Bref si vous n'avez pas de GPS je vous déconseille le parcours.

Mais sinon la partie du circuit qui passe dans la ville de Quimper est agréable, on récupère des chemins qui nous entrainent dans des belles montées qui laisseront de beaux souvenirs. Les descentes sont rendues difficiles car les chemins sont glissants avec la pluie et les feuilles mortes. Au final 2/3 descentes ludiques quand même.


Le retour sur le chemin du Halage reste très roulant. Par contre n'oubliez pas d'aller faire un petit tour sur le terrain de BMX juste avant d'arrivée :)

Les VTT sont rentrés bien sales même si on n'a pas eu de casse :


Au final un parcours que je ne vais même pas mettre sur Wikiloc...Mais il a cet allure :

Récapitulatif :
Distance: 25.49 km
Temps: 2h46:44
Vitesse moy.: 9.2 km/h
Gain d'altitude: 299 m
Tps déplacement : 2h03:57
Vitesse moyenne : 9.2 km/h
Vitesse moyenne en mouvement : 12.3 km/h
Vitesse max.: 51.3 km/h
Altitude min.: 0 m
Altitude max.: 97 m

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  1. seb12 novembre 2012 à 20:47

    Sortie sympa dans l'ensemble!! :)
    Alors on attend pas Patrick ??

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